Hard Water: How It Might be Ruining Your Hair and Skin (and What to Do About It)
Do you know the effects that hard water has on your hair? It can be extremely damaging to your locks, but we'll help you out! Here's how to take care of your hair and prevent the damaging effects of hard water.
Make a Homemade Apple Cider Vinegar Rinse to Beat the effects of Hard Water on Hair - A vinegar rinse will not only remove buildup from your hair, but also give it bounce and shine! Mix 1/3 cup of apple cider vinegar with 4 cups of distilled water. First shampoo your hair and rinse well. Apply the mixture, leave on for a few seconds, and rinse with cold water. There’s no need to condition afterwards. Due to the acidic nature of vinegar, use this rinse only once a week.
Hair buildups can be annoying especially if you have long hair it can appear lifeless and dull. The problem is we tend to use too much styling products that weighs down our hair. As a result, it can make the hair feel brittle and prone to split ends. So, the first thing you you need to do is damage repair - aka get the gunk off your hair. These methods are great for removing product build-up, hard water deposits and mineral build-up on your hair: 1. A good clarifying shampoo. 2. A…
If you have hard water, you've got to get this. In SC where I was before we had great water. I had NO idea what hard water could do to your hair until we moved. Malibu hard water shampoo and hard water conditioner are incredible. Make sure you only use them once a week (as directed) and use your regular shampoo and conditioner the rest of the week. Your hair will be so soft and all the junk that hard water leaves behind will be gently taken out.